Gafas de sol polarizadas Catania rebajadas de 69,95 euros a sólo 19,95 euros

En Amazon hoy podemos encontrar las gafas de sol polarizadas Catania Occhiali en tres modelos diferentes por un precio de ´solo 19,95€ y si eres cliente de Amazon premium, los gastos de envío son gratuitos, de lo contrario los gastos de envío son de 2,99€.

Modelo Gafas Catania

Gafas Catania modelo Wayfarer Classic (UV400), estas son unas gafas con una montura de Polycarbonato resistentes y duradera. Se pueden usar para ciclismo, esquí, deporte al aire libre y por supuesto solo para tomar el sol. Incluyen la funda y una toallita para limpiarlas.

Estas gafas nos protegen los ojos contra la radiación ultravioleta, las corrientes de aire, los insectos, el polvo y frente a las partículas de suciedad que se pueden encontrar en el aire.

Gafas Catania Blancas

El modelo Wayfarer Vintage Classic también tiene un precio de 19,95€ y podemos encontrarlas en 3 colores blanco, negras y negras con las patillas azules. Con este modelo estaremos protegidas al 100% del sol y además tiene un filtro polarizado que nos permite reducir los reflejos. Además son unisex, para que las compartas con quien quieras.

Son unas gafas de esta temporada ideales para tomar el sol, hacer deporte o por ejemplo condudir ya que el sol suele ser muy molesto en algunas horas del día. También están disponibles en naranja.

Ambas gafas son unisex en todos los colores, y vienen con una presentación muy buena por ejemplo para regalar, ya que trae su funda y su toallita.

Crime: Man facing felony charges after break-in

The Daily Reflector

Saturday, April 22, 2017

A Greenville man is facing felony charges after he allegedly broke into a Summer Place home and stole more than $1,300 worth of clothing and electronics.

Tyquan Montelrio Maye, 23, of 1305 Hillsdale St., is charged with felony breaking and entering, felony larceny after breaking and entering and misdemeanor resisting public officer in connection with a break-in at an apartment at 3214 Summer Place.

The incident occurred at 6:33 p.m. Thursday. The rear door of the home was forced open, according to a Greenville Police Department case report.

Several items were reported stolen, including Nike AG boots, two pairs of blue jeans, a Chicago Bulls red shirt, four ball caps, three pairs of Nike Jordan shoes, two Xbox One wireless controllers, an Xbox One console, an Insignia TV and a 47-inch Vizio TV. The items are estimated to total $1,339.95 in value. All items except for the Nike AG boots reportedly were recovered.

Maye was arrested at the home.

N.C. Department of Correction online records show Maye was convicted in 2012 of three counts of felony breaking and entering vehicles. He was sentenced to probation in those cases, but his probation was revoked and he spent more than two years in prison.


The police department released reports Friday with the following details and allegations:

Break-ins, thefts

1800 block Norcott Circle, 4:50-4:52 a.m. April 21: rear ground window of 31-year-old woman’s home forced open; Sony PlayStation 3 valued at $100 stolen; investigation ongoing.

1100 block Grovemont Drive, 2:30-8 p.m. April 20: yellow chain with a religious symbol valued at $500 stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing.

1000 block Peed Drive, 11:30 a.m. April 16-10:30 p.m. April 20: rear upper window of home kicked in; black 55-inch Sanyo television valued at $200 stolen; investigation ongoing.

600 block Southeast Greenville Boulevard, 6-8 p.m. April 20: bicycle valued at $100 stolen at restaurant or cafeteria; investigation ongoing.

500 block Boxelder Way, midnight April 15-2 p.m. April 19: iPad Air 2 with a black case valued at $429 stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing.

400 block Moye Boulevard, 12:01-8 a.m. April 20: black and gold vape pen with red chamber, Acer tablet, Nikon digital camera with black case, Ray-Ban gold frames with mirror lenses, black canvas business card case; black and yellow DeWalt power drills, tool bag with “AWP” in gold stiching, all valued at $870, stolen from vehicle at motel; investigation ongoing.

500 block Arbor Drive, 3:30 p.m. April 18-11 a.m. April 19: miscellaneous different types of trimmings, seven wall and base cabinets and five white Dykes Industries doors, all valued at $1,450, stolen from residence; investigation ongoing.

2400 block Carlow Place, near Winterville, noon April 6-noon April 13: front door of home pried open; stainless steel Frigidaire stovetop valued at $1,000 stolen; investigation ongoing.


400 block Davis Street, 12:43-1:30 p.m. April 20: 29-year-old woman assaulted by girlfriend; minor injuries reported; 25-year-old woman arrested and charged with simple assault.

1400 block Broad Street, 2:12-2:15 p.m. April 19: 42-year-old man assaulted at gunpoint by acquaintance; extent of injuries not reported; case inactive.

4000 Dickinson Ave. Extension, 2:57 p.m. April 6: 33-year-old man assaulted at gunpoint in Speedway parking lot; extent of injuries not reported; two cases of Bud Light beer valued at $37.98 stolen; 29-year-old man arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor larceny.


600 block West 14th Avenue, 2-2:30 a.m. April 21: Lincoln Continental sustained $1,000 in damages; investigation ongoing.

3700 block South Memorial Drive, 2-2:20 p.m. April 20: Nissan Maxima sustained $100 in damages; 26-year-old man arrested and charged with injury/damage to personal property.


The sheriff’s office released reports Friday with the following details and allegations:


2000 block N.C. 33 West, 8:16 a.m. April 19-8:16 a.m. April 20: N.C. license tag stolen from vehicle; case inactive.


3400 block Mills Road, 3:10-3:23 p.m. April 20: 45-year-old man assaulted at gunpoint at home by neighbor; no injuries reported; investigation ongoing.


3300 block Frog Level Road, 11 a.m. April 14-1:02 p.m. April 20: vehicle sustained $25 in damages at rental/commercial storage facility; investigation ongoing.

600 block Lexington Drive, 9:13 p.m. April 20: window of home sustained $150 in damages; investigation ongoing.

How To Conquer The Heat In Style: The Wedding Guest Edit

Due to rising temperatures, mid-March through to early September can be a tricky period to navigate in style. However, don’t fret, as we’re here to help with our edit of standout looks to beat the heat.


Peel back layers and instead opt for free flowing garments in lightweight materials – linen, cotton and silk are ideal. Notice how this style star adds oodles of personality to her look by matching quirky accessories to her pop-bright dress. Super smart.

Get The Look

Asymmetric striped satin maxi dress, Malene Birger, €440 at Net-A-Porter. Silver metal sunglasses, €190 at Bimba Y Lola. Pebbled tote, €35.95 at Mango


Sequins in spring feel somewhat daring. Play down the drama with a loose fitting shirt. Up the cool factor with a pair of mirrored shades.

Get The Look

Sequined stretch-mesh skirt, Malene Birger, €397 at Net-A-Porter. Tropical print shirt, €42 at Topshop. Leather mules, €99 at Uterque.


From London and Paris to New York and Milan, deconstructed shirting went global this season. Wear yours with drop-down earrings and pull back hair to greater emphasise the décolletage. Cropped trousers leave ankle ample appeal for a statement shoe.

Get The Look

Striped off-shoulder blouse, €35.95 at Mango. Sphere rose-gold plated drop earrings, J.W.Anderson€350 at Matches Fashion. Aviator flash lenses, €159 at Ray Ban.


Don’t be afraid of neutrals (or baring your midriff – it’s spring after all and surely you’ve spent the last few months toning tum and bum? Right?). Add interest by mix and matching textures – this short-sleeved knit works well with tailored trousers – and punctuate the look with a candy coloured clutch.

Get The Look

High rise trousers with darts, €29.95 at Zara. Ribbed cotton and linen-blend sweater, A.P.C. Atelier De Production Et De  €145 at Net-A-Porter. Knotted metallic sandals, €125 at Uterque.